Learn to See with Soft Eyes

Join us for four 90 minute sessions focusing on two things: our own personal practice of asana, and Judith working individually with some students in the session.

We have discovered that in our online sessions, students certainly like being led in doing their own practice. But students also report that they learn a lot from watching Judith teach a student one-on-one, suggesting alignment and therapeutic principles when appropriate. We hear that this is especially helpful for yoga teachers.

Join us to continue the adventure of learning together.

Four Recorded Sessions

Gain immediate access once you enroll.

  • Session One // Starting with the Vertical Line: Trikonasana and Ardha Chandrasana

  • Session Two // Shoulders, Flexibility and Strength: Ado Mukha Svasana and Up Plank

  • Session Three // Bending over Backwards with Joy and Ease: Dhanurasana and Urdhva Dhanurasana

  • Session Four // Upside Down: Salamba Sarvangasana, a Pose of Introspection

Teacher and Host

Ph.D., Physical Therapist Judith Hanson Lasater

Judith Hanson Lasater has taught yoga since 1971. She holds a doctorate in East-West psychology and is a physical therapist. Dr. Lasater is the president emeritus of the California Yoga Teachers Association and is one of the founders of Yoga Journal magazine. She trains yoga teachers in asana, kinesiology, yoga therapeutics, and the Yoga Sutras, and she is a pioneer in the teaching and practice of Restorative yoga. Dr. Lasater is the author of eleven books on yoga.

Yoga Teacher and Designer Lizzie Lasater

Lizzie is Judith’s daughter and a lifelong student of yoga. As a working mom of four-year-old twin boys, she understands the importance of optimizing her practice for tuning her nervous system. Raised in San Francisco, Lizzie began teaching Vinyasa Yoga in 2004 before studying architecture at Columbia University in New York City. She lives in Salzburg with her Austrian husband.


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  • When does my access expire?

    One year. We want you to feel spacious with time, so you have one full year to access the recordings of the live sessions in this workshop.

  • Do I need any additional materials?

    The required text is Judith's book, "Yoga Myths: What You Need to Learn and Unlearn for a Safe and Healthy Yoga Practice". Also you will need the following props: 1 sticky mat, 1 bolster, 1 eye cover, 2 blocks, and 5 firm blankets.

  • Can I receive Yoga Alliance credit?

    Yes. At the end of the course you will receive a certificate of completion for 10 non-contact hours. After that, you can submit for continuing education credit from Yoga Alliance or equivalent organization.

  • What is the refund policy?

    We want you to be 100% delighted with your learning experience. If for any reason, you're disappointed enrolling, we can issue you a 100% refund.